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Otto Frank
immigrates to Holland
August, 1933
Edith and Margot follow
December, 1933
Anne arrives
February, 1934
Summer Olympic Games
Berlin
1936
Boycott of Jewish Shops
April 1, 1933
Germans hold a book burning
To burn books considered
“Un-German”
May 10, 1933
Kristallnacht
November 9, 1938
Germany Invades Poland
WWII has begun
September 1, 1939
Germany invades
The Netherlands, Belgium and
France
May, 1940
Otto Frank must register
as a Jew and can no longer
own his business
May, 1940
Operation Barbarossa
German Armed Forces
attack the
Soviet Union
June 22, 1941
All Jews required to
wear a Yellow Star
on their clothing
May 3, 1942
Anne receives her diary
June 12, 1942
Margot receives
a call up for “work duty” which
means deportation to a forced labor
camp.
The family
goes into hiding the ...
First Jews deported to
extermination camps in Poland
July 1942
Battle for Stalingrad
October 27, 1942
SS General Rauter
Announces all Jews
will be “removed”
from the Netherlands
May 1, 1943
Raid in Amsterdam
3,000 Jews are deported to
extermination camps
May 26, 1943
Allies land in Sicily
July 10, 1943
Food situation dramatically
worsens in the Annex
1944
D-Day
Allied Invasion on
Beaches of Normandy
June 6, 1944
The Annex is discovered
The Franks, and all other residents,
are arrested.
August 4, 1944
All 8 residents of the Annex
taken by train to the
Westerbork Transit Camp
August 8, 1944
Margot and Anne
die of typhus in
Bergen Belsen
Concentration Camp
March, 1945
Hitler Appointed
Chancellor of Germany
January 30, 1933
After burning of the Reichstag
German Parliament passes
the Enabling Act
Giving dictatorial powers to Hitler
March 24, 1933
Hindenburg dies,
Hitler becomes Fuhrer
August 2, 1934
Hitler receives 90% Yes vote
to approve his new powers
August 19, 1934
Nuremberg Race Laws passed
September 15, 1935
32 Countries convene A League of
Nations Conference in Evian, France
to discuss aiding Jews fleeing from
Hitler
No action ...
Nazis require Jews to add
“Sarah” or “Israel”
as their middle names,
in case their last name sounded to
Aryan.
Also requir...
Germany invades
Denmark and Norway
April 9, 1940
France signs an armistice
with Hitler
June 22, 1940
Japan attacks Pearl Harbor.
The next day, US and Great Britain
declare war on Japan.
December 7, 1941
Hitler declares war
on the United States.
Roosevelt asks Congress for a
declaration of war on Germany
saying,
"Never befor...
Beginning of deportation
of Dutch Jews to Aushwitz
July 14, 1942
Deportation of Jews from Norway
to Auschwitz begins
October 25, 1942
Russian troops liberate the first
concentration camp, at Majdanek
where over 360,000 had been
murdered.
July 24, 1944
The Van Pels join the Franks in
hiding.
July 13, 1942
Fritz Pfeffer (given the pseudonym
“Dussell” by Anne),
the eighth and final resident of the
Annex,
joins the families.
Nov...
Bookcase built to hid the entrance
to the Secret Annex
August 21, 1942
Anne and her family receive news
of Jewish friends and family
in Holland.
October 9, 1942
Workman startles Anne and her
father by coming to do repairs
outside the Annex door.
October 20, 1942
The Annex exceeds their electricity
ration, cannot use electricity for
two weeks.
November 28, 1942
Anne and Mr. Pfeffer (Dussell)
argue over a new time schedule for
use of the desk in their shared room.
July 13, 1943
Break-in in the warehouse
below the Annex
July 16, 1943
North Amsterdam heavily bombed
by the Germans
July 19, 1943
The members of the Annex have to
give away their radio
August 3, 1943
Italy surrenders
September 10, 1943
Anne’s prize possession,
a fountain pen, is accidentally
destroyed
November 11, 1943
Anne’s friend Hanneli appears to
her in a dream, begging for help
November 27, 1943
Anne begins to develop feelings
for Peter
January 6, 1944
A second break-in
in the warehouse below the Annex.
March 1, 1944
Warehouse is broken
into a third time
April 11, 1944
Anne gets her first kiss
April 16, 1944
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  1. 1. Otto Frank immigrates to Holland August, 1933 Edith and Margot follow December, 1933 Anne arrives February, 1934
  2. 2. Summer Olympic Games Berlin 1936
  3. 3. Boycott of Jewish Shops April 1, 1933
  4. 4. Germans hold a book burning To burn books considered “Un-German” May 10, 1933
  5. 5. Kristallnacht November 9, 1938
  6. 6. Germany Invades Poland WWII has begun September 1, 1939
  7. 7. Germany invades The Netherlands, Belgium and France May, 1940
  8. 8. Otto Frank must register as a Jew and can no longer own his business May, 1940
  9. 9. Operation Barbarossa German Armed Forces attack the Soviet Union June 22, 1941
  10. 10. All Jews required to wear a Yellow Star on their clothing May 3, 1942
  11. 11. Anne receives her diary June 12, 1942
  12. 12. Margot receives a call up for “work duty” which means deportation to a forced labor camp. The family goes into hiding the next day. July 5, 1942
  13. 13. First Jews deported to extermination camps in Poland July 1942
  14. 14. Battle for Stalingrad October 27, 1942
  15. 15. SS General Rauter Announces all Jews will be “removed” from the Netherlands May 1, 1943
  16. 16. Raid in Amsterdam 3,000 Jews are deported to extermination camps May 26, 1943
  17. 17. Allies land in Sicily July 10, 1943
  18. 18. Food situation dramatically worsens in the Annex 1944
  19. 19. D-Day Allied Invasion on Beaches of Normandy June 6, 1944
  20. 20. The Annex is discovered The Franks, and all other residents, are arrested. August 4, 1944
  21. 21. All 8 residents of the Annex taken by train to the Westerbork Transit Camp August 8, 1944
  22. 22. Margot and Anne die of typhus in Bergen Belsen Concentration Camp March, 1945
  23. 23. Hitler Appointed Chancellor of Germany January 30, 1933
  24. 24. After burning of the Reichstag German Parliament passes the Enabling Act Giving dictatorial powers to Hitler March 24, 1933
  25. 25. Hindenburg dies, Hitler becomes Fuhrer August 2, 1934
  26. 26. Hitler receives 90% Yes vote to approve his new powers August 19, 1934
  27. 27. Nuremberg Race Laws passed September 15, 1935
  28. 28. 32 Countries convene A League of Nations Conference in Evian, France to discuss aiding Jews fleeing from Hitler No action is taken as no country will accept them July 1938
  29. 29. Nazis require Jews to add “Sarah” or “Israel” as their middle names, in case their last name sounded to Aryan. Also required to stamp a red “J” on all Jewish passports. July-October 1938
  30. 30. Germany invades Denmark and Norway April 9, 1940
  31. 31. France signs an armistice with Hitler June 22, 1940
  32. 32. Japan attacks Pearl Harbor. The next day, US and Great Britain declare war on Japan. December 7, 1941
  33. 33. Hitler declares war on the United States. Roosevelt asks Congress for a declaration of war on Germany saying, "Never before has there been a greater challenge to life, liberty and civilization." The US enters the war in Europe and will concentrate nearly 90% of military resources to defeat Hitler. December 11, 1941
  34. 34. Beginning of deportation of Dutch Jews to Aushwitz July 14, 1942
  35. 35. Deportation of Jews from Norway to Auschwitz begins October 25, 1942
  36. 36. Russian troops liberate the first concentration camp, at Majdanek where over 360,000 had been murdered. July 24, 1944
  37. 37. The Van Pels join the Franks in hiding. July 13, 1942
  38. 38. Fritz Pfeffer (given the pseudonym “Dussell” by Anne), the eighth and final resident of the Annex, joins the families. November 16, 1942
  39. 39. Bookcase built to hid the entrance to the Secret Annex August 21, 1942
  40. 40. Anne and her family receive news of Jewish friends and family in Holland. October 9, 1942
  41. 41. Workman startles Anne and her father by coming to do repairs outside the Annex door. October 20, 1942
  42. 42. The Annex exceeds their electricity ration, cannot use electricity for two weeks. November 28, 1942
  43. 43. Anne and Mr. Pfeffer (Dussell) argue over a new time schedule for use of the desk in their shared room. July 13, 1943
  44. 44. Break-in in the warehouse below the Annex July 16, 1943
  45. 45. North Amsterdam heavily bombed by the Germans July 19, 1943
  46. 46. The members of the Annex have to give away their radio August 3, 1943
  47. 47. Italy surrenders September 10, 1943
  48. 48. Anne’s prize possession, a fountain pen, is accidentally destroyed November 11, 1943
  49. 49. Anne’s friend Hanneli appears to her in a dream, begging for help November 27, 1943
  50. 50. Anne begins to develop feelings for Peter January 6, 1944
  51. 51. A second break-in in the warehouse below the Annex. March 1, 1944
  52. 52. Warehouse is broken into a third time April 11, 1944
  53. 53. Anne gets her first kiss April 16, 1944

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